Booth Museum of Natural History
194 Dyke Road
Brighton & Hove
Over half a million specimens, natural history literature and data extending back over three centuries are housed in this fascinating museum, including hundreds of British birds displayed in recreated natural settings. Plus butterflies, skeletons, a whale and dinosaur bones. Children and families can explore the Museum's collections through a variety of interactive displays in a new 'hands on' gallery. The Museum also organises an exciting programme of temporary exhibitions and events for adults, children and schools.
The entire collection of this museum is a Designated Collection of national importance.
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The entire collection of the Booth Museum of Natural History is a Designated Collection of national importance.
The collections in the Booth Museum of Natural History were the first in Brighton to be Designated. Containing over 700,000 items, these collections are strong in world-wide and British insects, vertebrates (especially birds), UK plants and fossils.
Natural Sciences, Archives
Key artists and exhibits
- Designated Collection